 26.1DQ: In which 120V light bulb does the filament have greater resistance:...
 26.1E: A uniform wire of resistance ?R ?is cut into three equal lengths. O...
 26.2DQ: Two 120V light bulbs, one 25W and one 200W, were connected in se...
 26.2E: A machine part has a resistor ?X ?protruding from an opening in the...
 26.3DQ: You connect a number of identical light bulbs to a flashlight batte...
 26.3E: A resistor with ?R?1 = 25.0 ? is connected to a battery that has ne...
 26.4DQ: In the circuit shown in ?Fig. Q26.4?, three identical light bulbs a...
 26.4E: A 32 ? resistor and a 20? resistor are connected in parallel, and ...
 26.5DQ: If two resistors ?R?1 and ?R?2 (?R?2 > ?R?1) are connected in serie...
 26.5E: A triangular array of resistors is shown in ?Fig. E26.5?. What curr...
 26.6DQ: If two resistors ?R?1 and ?R?2 (?R?2 > ?R?1) are connected in paral...
 26.6E: For the circuit shown in ?Fig. E26.6 ?both meters are idealized, th...
 26.7DQ: Why do the lights on a car become dimmer when the starter is operated?
 26.7E: For the circuit shown in ?Fig. E26.7 ?find the reading of the ideal...
 26.8DQ: A resistor consists of three identical metal strips connected as sh...
 26.8E: Three resistors having resistances of 1.60 ?, 2.40 ?, and 4.80 ? ar...
 26.9DQ: A light bulb is connected in the circuit shown in ?Fig. Q26.9?. If ...
 26.9E: Now the three resistors of Exercise 26.8 are connected in series to...
 26.10DQ: A real battery, having nonnegligible internal resistance, is connec...
 26.10E: Power Rating of a Resistor. ?The ?power rating ?of a resistor is th...
 26.11DQ: If the battery in Discussion Question Q26.10 is ideal with no inter...
 26.11E: In ?Fig. E26.11?, ?R?1 = 3.00 ?, ?R?2 = 6.00 ?, and ?R?3 = 5.00 ?. ...
 26.12DQ: Consider the circuit shown in ?Fig. Q26.12?. What happens to the br...
 26.12E: In below Fig. the battery has emf 25.0 V and negligible internal re...
 26.13DQ: Is it possible to connect resistors together in a way that cannot b...
 26.13E: Compute the equivalent resistance of the network in ?Fig. E26.13?, ...
 26.14DQ: The direction of current in a battery can be reversed by connecting...
 26.14E: Compute the equivalent resistance of the network in ?Fig. E26.14?, ...
 26.15DQ: In a twocell flashlight, the batteries are usually connected in se...
 26.15E: In the circuit of ?Fig. E26.15?, each resistor represents a light b...
 26.16DQ: The greater the diameter of the wire used in household wiring, the ...
 26.16E: Consider the circuit shown in ?Fig. E26.16?. The current through th...
 26.17DQ: The emf of a flashlight battery is roughly constant with time, but ...
 26.17E: In the circuit shown in ?Fig. E26.17?, the voltage across the 2.00...
 26.18DQ: Is it possible to have a circuit in which the potential difference ...
 26.18E: A ThreeWay Light Bulb.? A threeway light bulb has three brightnes...
 26.19DQ: Verify that the time constant ?RC? as units of time.
 26.19E: Working Late!? You are working late in your electronics shop and fi...
 26.20DQ: For very large resistances it is easy to construct ?R??C ?circuits...
 26.20E: In the circuit shown in ?Fig. E26.20?, the rate at which ?R?1 is di...
 26.21DQ: When a capacitor, battery, and resistor are connected in series, do...
 26.21E: Light Bulbs in Series and in Parallel. ?Two light bulbs have consta...
 26.22E: Light Bulbs in Series. ?A 60W, 120V light bulb and a 200W, 120V...
 26.23E: CP ?In the circuit in ?Fig. E26.19?, a 20.0? resistor is inside 10...
 26.24E: The batteries shown in the circuit in ?Fig. E26.24 ?have negligibly...
 26.25E: In the circuit shown in ?Fig. E26.25 ?find (a) the current in resis...
 26.26E: Find the emfs in the circuit of ? ig. E26.26,? and find the potenti...
 26.27E: In the circuit shown in ?Fig. E26.27?, find (a) the current in the ...
 26.28E: In the circuit shown in ?Fig. E26.28?, find (a) the current in each...
 26.29E: The 10.00V battery in Fig. E26.28 is removed from the circuit and ...
 26.30E: The 5.00V battery in below Fig. is removed from the circuit and re...
 26.31E: In the circuit shown in ?Fig. E26.31 ?the batteries have negligible...
 26.32E: In the circuit shown in ?Fig. E26.32 ?both batteries have insignifi...
 26.33E: In the circuit shown in ?Fig. E26.33 ?all meters are idealized and ...
 26.34E: In the circuit shown in ?Fig. E26.34?, the 6.0? resistor is consum...
 26.35E: The resistance of a galvanometer coil is 25.0 ?, and the current re...
 26.36E: The resistance of the coil of a pivotedcoil galvanometer is 9.36 ?...
 26.37E: A circuit consists of a series combination of 6.00k? and 5.00k? r...
 26.38E: A galvanometer having a resistance of 25.0 ? has a 1.00? shunt res...
 26.39E: In the ohmmeter in below Fig.M is a 2.50mA meter of resistance 65....
 26.40E: A 4.60µ?F ?capacitor that is initially uncharged is connected in s...
 26.41E: A capacitor is charged to a potential of 12.0 V and is then connect...
 26.42E: A 12.4µF capacitor is connected through a 0.895M? resistor to a c...
 26.43E: CP ?In the circuit shown in ?Fig. E26.43 ?both capacitors are initi...
 26.44E: A resistor and a capacitor are connected in series to an emf source...
 26.45E: An emf source with = 120 V, a resistor with ? ?= 80.0 ?, and a capa...
 26.46E: A 1.50µF capacitor is charging through a 12.0? resistor using a 1...
 26.47E: CP ?In the circuit shown in ?Fig. E26.47 ?each capacitor initially ...
 26.48E: A 12.0 ???F capacitor is charged to a potential of 50.0 V and then...
 26.49E: In the circuit in ?Fig. E26.49 ?the capacitors are initially unchar...
 26.50E: In the circuit shown in ? ig. E26.51?, ?C ?= 5.90 mF, = 28.0 V, and...
 26.51E: A capacitor with ?C? 1.50 × 10?5 F is connected as shown in below F...
 26.52E: The heating element of an electric dryer is rated at 4.1 kW when co...
 26.53E: A 1500W electric heater is plugged into the outlet of a 120V circ...
 26.54E: The heating element of an electric stove consists of a heater wire ...
 26.55P: In ?Fig. P26.54?, the battery has negligible internal resistance an...
 26.56P: A 400?, 2.4W resistor is needed, but only several 400?, 1.2 W resi...
 26.57P: A 20.0mlong cable consists of a solidinner, cylindrical, nickel ...
 26.58P: Two identical 3.00? wires are laid side by side and soldered toget...
 26.59P: The two identical light bulbs in Example 26.2 (Section 26.1) are co...
 26.60P: Each of the three resistors in ?Fig. P26.56 ?has a resistance of 2....
 26.61P: If an ohmmeter is connected between points ?a? and ?b? in each of t...
 26.62P: CP ?For the circuit shown in ?Fig. P26.58 ?a 20.0? resistor is emb...
 26.63P: Calculate the three currents ?I?1, ?I?2, and ?I?3 indicated in the ...
 26.64P: What must the emf in ?Fig. P26.60? e in order for the current throu...
 26.65P: Find the current through each of the three resistors of the circuit...
 26.66P: (a) Find the current through the battery and each resistor in the c...
 26.67P: (a) Find the potential of point ?a ?with respect to point ?b ?in ?F...
 26.68P: Consider the circuit shown in ?Fig. P26.63?. (a) What must the emf ...
 26.69P: A 1.00 km cable having a crosssectional area 0.500 cm2 is to be co...
 26.70P: In the circuit shown in ?Fig. P26.66 ?all the resistors are rated a...
 26.71P: In the circuit shown in ?Fig. P26.65?, the current in the 20.0V ba...
 26.72P: Three identical resistors are connected in series. When a certain p...
 26.73P: A resistor ?R?1 consumes electrical power ?P?1 when connected to an...
 26.74P: The capacitor in ?Fig. P26.70 ?is initially uncharged. The switch ?...
 26.75P: A 2.00mF capacitor that is initially uncharged is connected in ser...
 26.76P: A 6.00???F capacitor that is initially uncharged is connected in s...
 26.77P: Figure P26.67 ?employs a convention often used in circuit diagrams....
 26.78P: (See 26.67.) (a) What is the potential of point ?a ?with respect to...
 26.79P: Point ?a ?in ?Fig. P26.73 ?is maintained at a constant potential of...
 26.80P: A 150V voltmeter has a resistance of 30,000 ?. When connected in s...
 26.81P: The Wheatstone Bridge.? The circuit shown in below Fig, called a ?W...
 26.82P: A 2.36µF capacitor that is initially uncharged is connected in ser...
 26.83P: A 224? resistor and a 589? resistor are connected in series acros...
 26.84P: A resistor with ?R ?= 850 ? is connected to the plates of a charged...
 26.85P: A capacitor that is initially uncharged is connected in series with...
 26.86P: An ?RC? circuit has a time constant ?RC?. (a) If the circuit is dis...
 26.87P: Strictly speaking, Eq. (26.16) implies that an ?infinite ?amount of...
 26.88P: The current in a charging capacitor is given by Eq. (26.13). (a) Th...
 26.89P: (a) Using Eq. (26.17) for the current in a discharging capacitor, d...
 26.90CP: A Capacitor Burglar Alarm. The capacitance of a capacitor can be af...
 26.91CP: An Infinite Network. ?As shown in ?Fig. P26.83,? a network of resis...
 26.92P: Suppose a resistor ?R ?lies along each edge of a cube (12 resistors...
 26.93CP: bio Attenuator Chains and Axons. ?The infinite network of resistors...
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